When W10 was first released, I immediately noticed the large amount of apps with disabled delete button. With the help of Powershell-scripts there is something that can be done about that, if the apps store (or a build-upgrade) doesn't decide to reinstall everything... In addition to that, MS integrated some features I do not want/need but that do increase the time spend on updating everything regularly. At some point I came across W10 Enterprise LTSB, which is exactly what I'm looking for: A Windows 10 edition without the need for cleanup after a clean install and that only gets bugfixes and security updates. No unnecessary features at all. Great Or so it seems... I know that, from a license point of view, consumers are not allowed to use this particular edition. But are there any other reason's to not use this edition on a consumer grade computer? To be clear: I'm interested in the LTSB part of this edition, not (specifically) in the Enterprise features. Too bad MS doesn't have a LTSB edition of Pro or Home, then consumers would be allowed to use it (legally).